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Captain Ahmed

Alvaro Morata

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1 minute ago, Fulham Broadway said:

Llorente definitely.

But it's academic, Loic is going to smash us to European Glory. Possibly..... If he can stay onside

Stay onside ...mission impossible lol

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Really excited to have him in the team! Wish him all the luck with the Chelsea shirt and hope he will accomplish a lot with it.
Hope he won't take number 9!

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Think the correct translation is '...A club that has always wanted me...'

Actually querer in Spanish in this context of wording means love more than want, but wouldn't make any sense, so he probably meant want
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1 hour ago, Jason said:

Don't want to sound greedy but reckon we still need another striker. Morata and Batshuayi only don't really feel me with great confidence.

That's not greedy at all.

Morata is not the 30 goal a season striker, so I really really hope Chelsea bring in a capable RW/SS.. someone of the ilk of Mahrez or better, because Morata/Hazard/Pedro/Willian is simply not enough goal scoring power in the squad. 

A Sanchez/Griezmann type player that fits that profile is what we need. A RW who has steady end-product in him. Not sure who that is. 

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Anywho, I'm happy the Club has finally ended their striker hunt. 

Morata will help our final third play become much more fluid, and Hazard will finally have a ST he can combine with since Eto'o. 

Not going to lie, a Morata and Batshuayi strike-force will be interesting heading into next season. If a top goal-scoring RW is attained, Chelsea should be in business on the attacking front. 

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from the the above Marca interview and post: 

"I am very happy, god willing, tomorrow I will be at Chelsea, a club that has always admired me," the 24-year-old told MARCA as he left the camp.

His departure from the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu after returning from Juventus is all but confirmed, and so the striker is confident he won't one day be heading back to Real.

"Again, I do not think I'm going back to Madrid, I find it difficult and for now it's not something that I am considering." he stated.

"It was clear that the goal was to leave, it's been a fairly strange summer and until I pass the medical examination, I'm not going to be calm."

Travelling to England offers a fresh new challenge for the Spain International who would have found it difficult to break into Zinedine Zidane's starting XI this upcoming campaign.

"I hope that I do well at Chelsea," he added.

"I'm going to grow up, if not I would not have gone."

As for his coach, there are no hard feelings towards the Frenchman.

"I told him thank you very much for everything and good luck for this year," said Morata.

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Well, just like everyone I'm feeling relieved and happy!

Need those WBs, another CM, and another foward (RW/STR) and this window will likely look like an unparalleled success for this club!

Congrats to Granovskaia (and maybe Emenalo??) and the club for making this happen!!!

Happy day.

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